Cookie Table & Cocktails 2014

Cookie Table & Cocktails 2014 was a resounding success!



The winning bakers are:


L-R: Kim Brothers with Kookies by Kim – Judges Award in Professional Baker Category (Maple Twist); Karen Seidler – 2nd Place in Amateur Category (Triple Nut Caramel Bars); Maria Stacey – 3rd Place in Amateur Category (Nut Kiffle); Marie McNulty – Judges Award in Amateur Category (Yolo’s Butter Balls); and Deb Foote with Sweets by Deb LLC – 1st Place in Professional Category (Coconut Thumbprints with Salted Caramel).

Missing are Kathy Hull – 1st Place in Amateur Category (Caramel Cups); Jack Kravitz with Kravitz Deli – 2nd Place in Professional Category (Walnut Kipfels); and Marilyn Nadal with Desserts on Occasion – 3rd Place in Professional Category ( Caramel Tarts).

Winners of the Other Categories were:


L-R: Shelli DelSignore – Best Twist on Old Tradition and Best Unexpected Ingredient (Biscotti with Sea Salt); Deb Foote with Sweets by Deb LLC – Best Chocolate Cookie (Chocolate Caramel Thumbprint); Denise Holt – Youngest Baker; Arline Cannata – Oldest Baker.

Missing are Kathy Hull – Best Traditional Cookie and Best Decorated Cookie (Caramel Cups); and Christina Benton with Just Pizzelles – Most Colorful Cookie (Assorted Pizzelles).


Special Thanks

IMG_1113Thanks to all the bakers – you made the event a huge success!

For pictures of the cookie table and the event visit our Shutterfly Share site.




2 thoughts on “Cookie Table & Cocktails 2014

  1. This was a great event and very well done. My guests and I thoroughly enjoyed the evening with the delicious cookies (and more) and festive atmosphere. One in our party placed the winning bid for the huge cookie basket that was part of the silent auction (lucky lady) and we each purchased a box of cookies to go, which made for a tasty souvenir of the event! I hope you will continue this event that represents a treasured Youngstown tradition.

  2. I’m so glad you enjoyed it! That huge cookie tray was a perfect (and yummy) way to get a sample of every cookie. We certainly hope to continue this celebration, as it’s a very unique way to honor a longtime Valley tradition was well as support our MVHS exhibits and programs. Thanks for sharing.

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